About

wholeheadLS.jpgJeremy Horn is an award-winning,  product management veteran with fifteen years of experience leading and managing product teams.  Jeremy has held various executive and advisory roles, from founder of several start-ups to driving diverse organizations in online services, consumer products, and social media.  As founder of The Product Group, he has created the largest product management meetup in the world and hosts the annual awarding of The Best Product Person.  Jeremy can currently be found pioneering the next generation of content management and distribution at Viacom, acting as creator and instructor of the 10-week product management course at General Assembly and The New School, and mentoring at Women 2.0 and Lean Startup Machine (where is he also a judge).

Follow Jeremy on twitter @theproductguy or his blog at http://tpgblog.com.

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  1. When you followed me on Twitter, because sometimes I’m a passive user, I didn’t pick up your blog for whatever reason. Now I can’t put it down. I’m really excited about your content. (Now to just make people excited about mine ;) )

    Good luck and I’ll be keeping track!

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  2. Came here from brightwings tweet;D

    Glad to know of your blog; filed in one of my public Pagecasts on Pageflakes. Your posting on Google’s new OpenSocial was excellent. I will have to read it again for more detail. Keep up the good work!

    The recommendation that you made for Google is very critical in their future. Even reliable, well endowed companies can bite off more than they can chew. I would cite Yahoo as a good example.

    I have become a bit disillusioned with Yahoo for bringing out products with great fanfare and not fulfilling the promised services. For instance, Yahoo teachers is still not as open as they had indicated it would become. I dedicated quite a bit of time earlier this year focusing on Yahoo 360, but many of the Yahoo apps did not work or were killed, so I have taken a hiatus from that venue.

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  3. I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you down the road!

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  4. Heya, Jeremy,

    Great blog you have – wow – tons of information, and good read! Thanks for Twittering me (or was it the away around? prolly…) — glad to be part of your blogworld. On that note, you are probably BlogWorldExpo Las Vegas, right now!?

    All the best, and continually good luck! Cheers, Jon

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